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CAMMY MEADOWS’ SPIRIT LIVES ON

cammy lyn meadowsCELEBRATING THE LIFE OF CAMMY LYN MEADOWS  
November 2, 1971 - November 3, 2013 

I’ll love you forever, Honey

 
By D. Garkpe Gedepoh

November 4, 2013

I write these words with a bleeding heart-so heavy that my eyes are tearfully
blurred as I attempt to pick up my spirit. I can’t even begin to measure the weight
or the loss. My heart is hurting so badly; hurting for a beautiful girl that I loved
sO much… Cammy Lyn Meadows will always be her name; I find it difficult to use the
phrase “was her name” because she lives in my spirit. And though her physical body
seized to exist, her spirit dwells with me.

Cammy had an angelic spirit, and was like my personal angel. God sent her to me and
she constantly threw biblical principles at me to make me view things from God’s
prospective. Once I received an article for publication and many felt the
article had substance. And because I believe in free speech, I also thought the
same, that it should be published. But when I discussed it with Cammy (my honey
bunny), she said, “Honey, do you think God would like that”? And I said no baby, but
I felt that everyone should be heard. Then she said, “Why please the world and
publish an article that will displease God”? Her words reechoed wisdom that very
moment, and I decided not to publish it. Then I said to her, “Honey, that’s why I
thank God every day for you. You’re my honey forever”!

You see: We had so much love for one another that at times we sort of acted like we
were mad at each other just to hear the other person say, “I’m sorry honey, you
know I love you so much”. You might want to call this 'crazy love.' But guess what? It
works, because she felt reassured that we would be together forever. And that no
confusion or mishap would pull us apart, because we were committed forever; and
rightfully so, we are. 

Her pen name “Joy to Be Forgiven” brought me gladness. I was glad to see more of
‘God’s Wisdom’ through her: To forgive is Divine, and Cammy knew that. So, she won’t
hesitate to apologize if she was wrong and moved on. And so I did likewise. And we
were in tone and connected in many ways: On many occasions we would text each other
and the messages would arrive in sync; it’s like my phone shows message 'sent,' and
immediately a message would appear in my inbox from her.

She inspired me to get back into composing songs again, and I was able to compose
seven songs for Cammy. Two of them became her favorites: “She’s my honey”, and the
other, “She’s my joy”. And she would gladly thank me for singing them to her. After
singing she would say, “Thank you for singing my song, honey”. She also inspired me
in writing love articles, compiling my true feelings for her which she loved very
much. 

So, I’ll like to honor her once more with the lyrics from two of the many songs I
composed for Cammy; She’s my honey and She’s my Joy:

She’s my Honey

Hi. I want to tell you a story about my baby, my honey; the story is about my Queen.

She’s my baby. She’s my honey. She’s my Queen… And has the magic just like an angel.
She lives in my spirit. I get to feel her presence every time I walk in the sun
light; I can see my shadow. And in the moon light, baby I can feel your eyes just
looking at me like the stars way up in the sky. Oh it’s so magnetic. She’s my Queen;
just like my angel; and her voice is mellow. She’s so sweet. It’s so beautiful. And
she mesmerizes me. And then I thank the Lord for giving me my Honey. 

Then I say Lord, I want to thank You for my Honey; for giving me my Honey; Oh, thank
You Lord. You’ve been good to me (2X). Lord from the bottom of my heart I thank You.
I want to thank You for my Honey; for giving me my Honey; Oh, thank You Lord.

She’s my Joy…

She’s my Joy; I say Joy. Joy. I say Joy. She’s my Joy; I say Joy. Joy. I say Joy.
(2X)

There was a time when I had some thoughts, and my mind was racing, that I needed
someone to talk to. The Lord had promised me my Honey. I didn’t know she was coming
until I got the confirmation. So, I asked her if she saw the chapel; the little
White Chapel; and then she said she saw it twice a day. Her voice is so soft and
lovely that when she spoke I melted. And then she said she’ll be my baby girl. I
tell you: 

She’s my Joy; I say Joy. Joy. I say Joy. She’s my Joy; I say Joy. Joy. I say Joy.
(4X)

I want to hold your lovely hands. I want to kiss your lovely face. I want to walk
with you my dear, and tell that, baby…

You’re my Joy; I say Joy. Joy. I say Joy. You’re my Joy; I say Joy. Joy. I say Joy.
(2X)

Cammy, you’re my Joy; I say Joy. Joy. I say Joy. You’re my Joy; I say Joy. Joy. I
say Joy. (2X)… I tell you: She’s my Joy; I say Joy. Joy. I say Joy. She’s my Joy; I
say Joy. Joy. I say Joy. (6X)

She will always be my Honey-Bunny forever until we meet again. The Lord gives and
the Lord takes away. Blessed be the name of the Lord. 

Lord, please welcome Cammy into Your Kingdom. Father, please console her mom and
dad, brother, and the rest of the family; and may we all find solace in You, through
Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen…
 D. Garkpe Gedepoh, is CEO of Africanpanorama. He can be reached at  ceo@africanpanorama.org.

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